I haven't been following this thread, but here's how I do it.
It's quite simple.
1. Copy the folder with Zope in.
2. edit z2.py to change all references to the old folder to the new
3. edit the start script in the same way.
That should be it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Oliver Bleutgen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 9:16 AM
Subject: RE: [Zope] Relocating installed zope -- was LoginManager broken?
> >>Btw. can anybody tell me if and how it's possible to relocate
> >>an installed Zope?
> > Hmm... perhaps I am not understanding what exactly you mean, but a
> > might be to use tar (on a UNIX system at least) to preserve your setup.
> > Assuming you are using ZServer, Try shutting down Zope with ./stop, then
> > do
> Sorry if I wasn't clear. I wanted to make a functional copy of an existing
> zope installation. I wanted to "clone" a zope in order to be able
> to do an installation of some more "dangerous" products/patches and
> later on just change my apache/proxy pass to point to the new zope.
> I know the techniques w.r.t. shell commands etc.
> But very wired things happened with the new zope
> (old paths showed up in tracebacks etc.), although I had changed
> all installation paths...
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